Emphasizing the juxtaposition of the organic forms of people with the geometric shapes of the world. Photographing individuals within a confined space found in a public environment. Patience and luck are two of the many factors that go into this body of work. Patience because waiting for the right person to be in the perfect space can take time, and luck because light, camera settings, and distractions must all be precise or non existent for the freezing moment. This body of work can be catalogued as disciplined people watching, because of the fascination of human beings and their interactions with their surroundings while isolated from the masses. Henri Cartier Bresson and Philip Lorca diCorcia were a tremendous influence for this body of work because of their deep attachment to people and the “Decisive Moment” to press the shutter.